Community involvement in education: An exploration of American Indian education policy and implications for Australia
Indigenous education policy has long emphasised the need to increase the involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents and community members in local education. Yet attempts to increase involvement invariably raise important questions about the nature of the traditional Western educational model and its relevance to Indigenous communities. This paper represents an effort to contribute to the ongoing discussions of how best to increase parent and community involvement while...[Show more]
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